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Karen's Tots

YORKIE BOY1 HAS A HOME!

This is 

Yorkie Boy 2!

REDUCED! This little boy needs a family!! Born July 9..ready for adoption.

4 to 5 lbs at adulthood
$650 Taking deposit now, via
PayPal. He is a gorgeous,
healthy dog and male dogs are so sweet!

Toy Poodle Puppy: (purebreed) Both Parents are AKC Registered Toy Poodles.

Puppy Health Timeline: 

The 1st 8 Months: 

First 7 Days:

   First Vet visit for; 

Dew claw removal,

Tail docking,

- Health inspection

- Weight check.

 8 Weeks

PUPPIES ARE READY     TO TAKE HOME!

contact me!

I try to select and breed dogs for a small size where the ideal adult weight would be between four to six pounds at maturity. If you want a very small Yorkie, for example, it should weigh four pounds at age two or three years old. 


At about 6 weeks old, you can pretty much tell by the weight how big they are going to be but in truth one can’t tell exactly what the liniage is going to produce. Down the road, the dogs could get larger simply because of the combination of genes they have inherited. Again, I have been very good at selecting for the small size.  


PUPPY UPDATE!  We have 4 pups... all are:

​​Registered/registerable, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian exam,

Health certificate and Health guarantee

12 Weeks

- Third puppy shot: Parvo 

  

Schnoodle Puppy: (generic photo): Cross between a purebreed, AKC Schnauzer and purebreed, AKC Toy Poodle.  

This is Yorkie Boy 4. He is from a litter in May. He has had all of his puppy shots and is 5 months old. Cannot go to a home with young children. They scare him. He is shy and loves to cuddle. Really needs a loving home without children and with people who will make him part of the family. Wonderful, active, sweet and playful, This is not a teacup Yorkie. He will be 4 to 5 pounds at adulthood. He is pad trained and a very good boy. He would make a wonderful pet for a family with OLDER CHILDREN, a couple, a single person or even an elderly person. He is a bit older so he is really ready for his own family!!REDUCED PRICE: $575.00

MINIATURE DOGS: All photos from KAREN'S TOTS except :

NONE OF THE DOGS BELOW ARE FOR SALE THESE ARE SAMPLES OF THE BREEDS ONLY 

Yorkiepoo Puppy: Cross between a purbreed, AKC Yorkshire Terrier and a ,purebreed AKC Toy Poodle.  

This is Yorkie Boy 1. He is 13 weeks old and already about 4 pounds. REDUCED This little (big) boy needs a family. He is ready for adoption at $575. Taking deposit now, via PayPal. He is a gorgeous, healthy dog and male dogs are so sweet. This pup will be 6 pounds at adulthood. 

Yorkie Puppy: (purebreed) Both Parents are AKC Registered Yorkshire Terriers.

9 Weeks

- Third worming

- Second round of puppy

  shots: parvo & kennel cough 

 (270) 699~5708 ​  Patchesapplejack@yahoo.com  facebook: Karens-Tots

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This is Yorkie Boy 3. He was very wiggly! He is $650 and needs a family! REDUCED! Born July 9..ready for adoption 5 lbs at adulthood $650 Taking deposit now, via PayPal. He is a gorgeous, healthy dog.

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6-8 Months: 

- Rabies shot can be given

- Dog can be spayed or

   neutered 

  

Six Months Guarantee:  If a puppy is proven to have a heart disease or any other congenital disease after your purchase, I will replace the dog with one of equal value. Parvo: If they do get parvo after puppy is purchased, breeder is not responsible for that.

6 Weeks -7 Weeks

- Second worming

- First puppy shots: parvo & kennel cough 

- Puppy's weight: at this point the puppy's         weight can indicate how big it's going to be. 

- Puppies can be weaned

- Call KARENSTOTS and make an appointment to see what I have available!  


See end of page for definitions of terms in blue

YORKIE BOY2 HAS A HOME!

YORKIE BOY3 HAS A HOME!

 3 Weeks

-First worming

    PUPPIES ARE READY     TO SHOW! 

14 Weeks

- Fourth puppy shot: Parvo 

  

TECHNICAL TERMS:

Parvo: Parvo (Parvovirus) in Dogs: ASPCA website: Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease that can produce a life-threatening illness. The virus attacks rapidly dividing cells in a dog’s body, most severely affecting the intestinal tract. Parvovirus also attacks the white blood cells, and when young animals are infected, the virus can damage the heart muscle and cause lifelong cardiac problem. You can protect your dog from this potential killer by making sure he’s up-to-date on his vaccinations. Parvovirus should be considered a core vaccine for all puppies and adult dogs. It is usually recommended that puppies be vaccinated with combination vaccines that take into account the risk factors for exposure to various diseases. One common vaccine, called a “5-in-1,” protects the puppy fromdistemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvovirus and parainfluenza.


Dew Claw: Dogs have a toenail located on the inside part of their front leg that's called a dew claw. Most dog owners know where it's located and remember to clip it at the same time the rest of the dog's toenails are trimmed. If this nail is left untrimmed, it can cause pain and damage to the dog's leg


Tail Docking: The term given to the surgical removal of puppies' tails for cosmetic purposes. The procedure was usually performed at 2-5 days of age; the tail is cut off using a pair of scissors or caused to drop off by occluding the blood supply using a tight rubber band.


Kennel Cough: Kennel cough, the common name given to infectious canine tracheobronchitis, is a highly contagious respiratory disease among dogs. As the name suggests, it is typified by inflammation of the trachea and bronchi. This disease is found throughout the world and is known to infect a high percentage of dogs at least once during their lifetime. It is also sometimes referred to as bordetellosis. Young puppies often suffer the most severe complications that can result from this disease since they have immature immune systems. Also at increased risk are older dogs, who may have decreased immune capabilities, pregnant bitches, who also have lowered immunity, and dogs with preexisting respiratory diseases.


Neuter: (Male) Neutering of males is done by removing the testicles. Neuter and Spay procedures are performed using strict sterile technique while the pet is under general anesthesia. 


Spay: (Female)  A spay surgery prevents dogs from getting pregnant by removing both the ovaries and the uterus. It’s not as simple as the neuter surgery the guys get–in fact, it’s major surgery–but your darling girl will only be affected for a few days, maybe a week. Afterward, she’ll enjoy many health benefits and neither of you will have to deal with her being in heat.
Read more at http://dogtime.com/dog-health/general/42-spaying-your-female#yoJDq3egIikZPEIc.99


Weaning: The word "wean" literally means "to accustom (a child or young animal) to food other than its mother's milk; cause to lose the need to suckle or turn to the mother for food."

This is a process in the maturation of a tiny puppy. Weaning takes place after about 4 to 6 weeks. At this time the pups can safely thrive on puppy food rather than having to nurse from the mother.